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DLC New Product Information

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DLC Display Specialist

We are located in Shenzhen city of China and we have the HongKong branch to offer the logistics and financial service. We have focused on the design and manufacturing of display products for more than 12 years. We can offer the monochrome TN/STN, CSTN, TFT and OLED displays including all the other subsidiary components related to displays.Our transflective TFT displays enable viewing in full sun.If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional TFT displays -which only allow for viewing under near-perfect lighting conditions -then you’ve turned to the right page. Our transflective TFT displays enable users to operate their electronic devices even under direct sunlight -a selling point that will appeal to buyers worldwide. Plus, our IPS and LTPS panels enable wide viewing angles, another favorable aspect in the electronic display market.

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Delta- Elettronica Appointed as A-Crystal Electronic Technology Distributor

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A-Crystal Electronic Technology USA Inc., a supplier of frequency control solutions including Oscillators, Crystals, Resonators, Real Time Clocks, and SAW Filters, announced that Delta-Elettronica Srl. has been appointed as a Franchised Distributor. Delta-Elettronica  is Headquartered in Milan, Italy. Established in 1978, Delta-Elettronica is a leader in component distribution. Delta-Elettronica also provides value-added services and inventory solutions from their ISO 9001:2008 facility. The Company has divided its product catalog into three segments each with its own strategy. The segments are Commodity, Vertical or Franchised lines and Product search or hard to find products.

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NEW DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN DELTA ELETTRONICA SRL & FREMONT

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http://fremontmicrousa.com/

Fremont Micro Devices is a fabless semiconductor supplier and integrated circuit design house. It has quickly become a leader in non-volatile memory products and high efficiency power management solutions. FMD was founded in Fremont, California in 2003 and has offices in the United States, Europe and China. The key members of the management team have extensive product development, design, finance and sales experience with leading Silicon Valley semiconductor companies.

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Electronic News

Understanding RS-485 Passive Fail-safe Biasing

This article helps system engineers design successful fail-safe biasing networks by providing equations for calculating the resistor values and the maximum possible bus loading caused by transceivers for single and dual fail-safe terminations

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Raw RETMA Numbers

RETMA stands for “Radio Electronics Television Manufacturers Association”

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Teardown: Today’s ATSC converter box

Several ICs from previously unknown (at least to this engineer) companies form the silicon foundation of a multi-branded ATSC PVR reference design.

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Kit jumpstarts RealSense camera development

Intel offers a development kit for its RealSense SR300 3-D front-facing camera to help designers create more immersive games and applications.

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Optical sensor fits low-profile smart phones

A tiny module that combines color (RGB), ambient light, and proximity sensing, the TMD3700 from ams suits space-constrained smart phones.

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Life as a system designer in 2076

With AI backing up the engineer, design becomes simply a matter of intent.

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“Digital” sundial: ancient clock gets clever upgrade

Even this oldest of time-indicating instruments can be upgraded to “digital,” but in a very non-obvious, non-electronic way.

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Tesla’s Autopilot: setting expectations … or not

Fully autonomous driving may be the future, but it’s definitely not the present, and Tesla’s branding is causing dangerous situations.

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Microsoft’s take on simplification: The Acer Aspire One Cloudbook

Google doesn’t have an exclusive on simplistic cloud-centric computing, or so Microsoft would like us to believe. So how does the sub-$200 Windows 10-based Acer Aspire One Cloudbook stack up?

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Buck regulator is resistor-programmable

A current-mode step-down regulator from Linear Technology, the LTC3623 needs a single resistor to adjust its output from 14.5 V to 0 V.

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